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advice on small villas/condos/hotels w/KITCHENS

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advice on small villas/condos/hotels w/KITCHENS

Going to the Sorrento/Amalfi coasts in two weeks (yikes!) and have been searching for accomodations with kitchens: small charming villas or apartments would be primo. Looking for something built into the rock walls, funky and specific to the uniqueness of the region. I'd be grateful for information.

San Diego...
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1. Re: advice on small villas/condos/hotels w/KITCHENS

Have you looked at www.summerinitaly.com yet?

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3. Re: advice on small villas/condos/hotels w/KITCHENS

I have just visited a reliable web site based in amalfi: amalficoastrental.com primula of amalfi. Have a look at the site; it seems very interesting, reasonable rates and great pictures.

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4. Re: advice on small villas/condos/hotels w/KITCHENS

I have been looking around for a while and the best site for searching for a villa is www.summerinitaly.com Prices are good too. I have asked them questions and for advice. They always respond in a day. Make sure you find a place that has heat, many do not and it will be cold. I also suggest you stay in a larger city such as Positano or Amalfi. From what I read the whole coast is pretty closed down in February so you need to stay in a town where there are enough locals to keep things open. I notice many places charge you a lot for the electricity you use so don't be surprised with extra charges when you leave. (Their electric rates are about eight times what you pay in the USA so electric heat will be expensive.)

I think Ravello is going to be really cold this time of year its over 1000 feet up.